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- v. To disquiet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To disquiet.
- n. quietly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To disturb; disquiet.
And back thenI knew people with tenuredfull-time jobs inquiet collegelibrarieswith graduateeducational technology degrees.
Je pars un peu inquiet car je ne vois personne pour la releve mais ma mere arrive et m'engueule car c elle qui est venue me chercher et il faut 45 minutes de route et elle prend à 13h00 ...
J'ai entrouvert les volets, jeté un coup d'oeil a la meteo pour voir la temperature et je suis parti au boulot tres inquiet.
‘Why are you pacing the floor up and down up and down pacing dear Womlbs’ I inquiet.
Like a hot iron in her brain, a fiery brand of sanity after the dense, thick, solid, infinite inquiet soundlessness.
'Why are you pacing the floor up and down up and down pacing dear Womlbs' I inquiet.
The vague inquiet began to deepen into serious misgiving.
But when the meal was over and there was still no sign of her, he began to be vaguely inquiet, and, taking up his hat, he walked out into the tranquil brightness of the summer evening, and called from house to house to ask after her.
_ "The old chap collapsed on my shoulder and cried like a baby, saying over and over:" _J'étais si inquiet: j'étais si inquiet!
That was it, something rich and strange, like some old cloister into which one might turn from an inquiet and hubbubby street ...